Sunday, February 26, 2012

Women of NCDD: Leigh Ann Bauer (Alaska)

One of the top breath testing experts in North America sent me an email and told me I needed to profile Leigh Ann Bauer of Alaska.  They worked together on a DUI case and he was highly impressed with her.  Her practice is in Anchorage, Alaska.  

In her own words:

I decided to become a lawyer while working for my father's law firm when I was in high school. I watched my father try cases, and decided that I wanted to become a trial attorney. In 1984 I spent a year abroad, studying at the Gymnasium Mussenredder in Hamburg, Germany.

I graduated from the University at Santa Barbara in 1985 with Honors in History and German Literature. I obtained my law degree in 1991 from McGeorge School of Law in Sacramento, California. In 1992, I left California, and moved to Alaska. When I arrived in Alaska, I clerked for a Superior Court Judge and then worked as a public defender for approximately 5 years. I opened my own law firm and limited my practice to the areas of criminal defense, family law, and personal injury.


Alaska Criminal Defense Lawyers
Alaska Academy of Trial Lawyers
National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
National College of DUI Defense

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